Before or after your visit to Joyce SoHo, take some time to enjoy the historic neighborhood's picturesque cobblestone streets, cast-iron buildings, designer boutiques and tantalizing eateries.
Stretching from Canal Street to Houston Street and bound by the Hudson River to the west and Lafayette Street to the east, SoHo is known for its mid-19th Century cast-iron architecture. In fact, it exhibits the greatest concentration of cast iron architecture in the world.
Another famous characteristic of the neighborhood is its loft-style apartments. In the 1970s, artists seeking large, well-lit interiors converted SoHo’s abandoned commercial and manufacturing buildings into studio space. As artists continued to moved in, the district became populated with galleries and eventually, SoHo became the center of the lower Manhattan art scene. SoHo remains a vibrant and vital cultural neighborhood.